Hey guys, what's up. Just found out about this forum, and I think it's a great idea . I'm an amateur audio engineer, and pro musician, and I am facing a little trouble with my vocals mix. The problem is that after I apply reverb, the vocal lines are hard to understand (unless you read the lyrics that is ). I use the sony oxford reverb plugin on Cubase SX3, and apply two verbs as send effects. The first verb I use to apply a room sonic signature, and the other I use to make the vocal lines sound thicker, solid and better. I enjoy the result, except for the fact that the vox lines become blurry and it's hard to understand in some lines what the singer (me, who I am not a vocalist), is saying. Do you have any suggestions on how to "sharpen" the vocals? p.s. I know the rule says, $*^t in -> $*^t out, but what about descent in -> good out? Can we do that somehow? Nice meeting you guys again. You can listen to the first two tracks i'm talking about at http://www.reverbnation.com/placidillusions called Loving a Dead-Drunk Elf Memories.